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There is a sentence.
"They're as good a people as you'll find anywhere."

It is about a family who is very nice.
I don't understand why 'a' is needed before 'people'. If it were 'family' instead, it's okay, but the word people takes 'a' only when it refers to nation or race, right?
I'm curious....
Do you also think it's a mistake?

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There is a sentence.
"They're as good a people as you'll find anywhere."

It is about a family who is very nice.
I don't understand why 'a' is needed before 'people'. If it were 'family' instead, it's okay, but the word people takes 'a' only when it refers to nation or race, right?
I'm curious....
Do you also think it's a mistake?
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